Lego will apparently offer a retro gaming fix with its Nintendo Entertainment System set, which it teased Monday after Chinese website VJGamer leaked images. It’ll include 2,646 pieces, cost about $250 and launch on Aug. 1, according to Promo Bricks.
The set consists of a NES console (non-functioning, unfortunately), a CRT TV with Super Mario Bros‘ World 1-1 playing on the screen, a controller and a game cartridge, Promo Bricks reported. A little crank can be used to move Mario along the screen.
It seems that this set will be compatible with the, which is also out on Aug. 1
The official Lego Twitter tease was a little more circumspect, with a GIF revealing the set’s silhouette.
“Are you ready to play like never before?” the company wrote.
If you want to play some actual NES games, you’ll have to get yourself a. Switch owners can also subscribe to the $20-a-year to gain access to a retro library.
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